Gender Pay Gap Report 2020

Ordinary lives. Extraordinary people.

We firmly believe that by providing our team members with the opportunity to build careers which are rewarding and fulfilling, we’re laying the foundations for their very best work.

We continually invest in internal opportunities for our teams, supporting development and career opportunities to maximise the retention of our fantastic team members.

Equality, diversity and inclusion is at the heart of everything we do, and we are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive environment for all our team members. Treating our employees fairly and consistently is at the core of our people proposition.  We have robust and transparent pay frameworks across our operations teams, with a clear set of competencies that are not only aligned to team members pay but provides clarity on career progression paths.

Achieve together has significantly more female team members to male team members.  This is reflective of the sector as a whole.

Our 2020 Gender Pay Gap report below illustrates an overview of our findings for 2020.


Our report shows that the mid-point earnings for men and women at Achieve together are the same.

There is, however, always room for improvement. Our mean gender pay gap is 1.3%, showing that women in our organisation are paid fractionally less than men. We continually monitor and review our pay arrangements to address and close any gaps.

We are committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive culture where everyone is rewarded fairly for their contribution.  With our 2020 report, we renew our commitment to ensuring every team member is fairly compensated, valued and rewarded for the incredible work they do each and every day, regardless of their gender.


Proportion of males/females in each quartile pay band

Lower QuartileLower Middle Quartile
Upper Middle Quartile Upper Quartile